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. connell: manti te'o and lance armstrong. the price that some people pay for image. dagen: the bp price hostage. former agent who carried out numerous operations in that very country on what can be done. connell: welcome to the 21st century. quite a buzz inside the republican party today. get its own jay carney. it is a pretty good hour that we have lined up. dagen: a lot of news. that situation in algeria changing fast. connell: nicole petallides joining us every 15 minutes. nicole: not the day that we expected exactly. we got into earnings from citigroup and bank of america. some improvement in housing and labor. we see the dow jones industrials up about 55 points. the market remains to this trend to the upside. we wanted to take a look, also, at a name on the move. that is boeing. they are under pressure again. it has been flagged by one issue after another. it has now been grounded by the faa over in europe. for the month, it is down 2%. on the one hand, it is horrendous and having a pr nightmare, on the other hand, it is what new planes do. the stock is down only 2% for the year. t
later. you know what he looks like. plus, on line dating nightmares, manti opened up about his girlfriend hoax, but has he cleared his name and brand from ruin? piles of "money" coming up. ♪ ♪ melissa: heard of overtime abuses before, city job pay overtime on top of the normal salary. listen to this. a report shows one chicago city employee made more than 91,000 in overtime last year with the base salary of $77 by the way. he's not the only one. they made $30,000 in overtime each last year. you pay for that with your tax dollars. it's a huge problem. here to agree with me is joe. we've never agreed before. i mean, is the world ending? >> or agree with me. out agree with me. melissa: that's right, okay, we have something to disagree out of the gate. way to set that up. well done. this is a serious issue. >> sure. melissa: we both rolled eyes on it, and neithermented us to defend this was okay. over time pay, we just talked about, that was a police communications operator. i don't know what that is, but overtime pay of $91,000 on a salary of $77,000. a police detective, $76,0
can recover. >>> that sound is the internet's head exploding. manti te'o gets caught in a internet hoax that is to unbelievable. was he in it all along? that could tarnish his draft. how to sort out fact from fiction. >>> verizon employee showed up to work every day for his six-figure salary even he outsourced his job to china. i'm not kidding about this. we have details how he pulled it off right under the company's nose. even when they say it's not it is always about money melissa: first let's look at the day's market headlines with today's market moment. weekly jobless claims dropped to a five-year low. housing starts for december hit a four-year high. stocks rallied. s&p 500 closed at its highest level since december 26 of 2007. >>> intel reported fourth quarter earnings just a short tile ago. revenue met expectations but they beat on the bottom line. however they forecast for first quarter revenue fell short of expectations and its shares turned negative after-hours. >>> good news on the u.s. economy led to an early slide for gold. swung back late in the session and hit a one-
, lance armstrong and manti te'o, millions of dollars at stake, millions of dollars that could be lost. and fox and friends host brian kilmeade will join the company. it's friday morning and i've got seven early movers for you, big names, is apple losing its cool. keep asking the question and that's what we'll talk about today again. shares down 6% this year, a short year so far and back below 500, 499 right now. at&t will take a fourth quarter charge of about 10 billion dollars. and making expected pension obligations there. american express, fourth quarter profit down, big expenses there, down a buck. better than expected profit at the indian outsources company, but the outlook disappoints and you balance it out and the stock is down big. another door stopper, intel, moving lower on a weak outlook, now, that's sharply lower. 6% is a big drop there. and the fda approves the first patch for migraines, made by new path, i think that's how you pronounce it, new path. that's a big deal for the stock. it's about what, 12%, 13%, big gain. the founing family of the greetings card maker, amer
, and perhaps the biggest hoax of them all, the notre dame star, manti te'o, the story that captivated the story that she died, was he in on it and lance armstrong, ioc stripped him from medal from the 2000 games just for good measures. no lies or hoaxes here. here comes "varney & company." m twongs -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll wk his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and me from the great northwest. he'lstart investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, nd he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> so much for boeing's dreamliner being safe to fly. f.a.a. taking boeing's entire fleet of 787 peace out of service. they grounded them after incidents with batteries and one caused a plane in japan to make an emergency landing after a battery caught fire. how things have changed. here is the treasury secretary talking about the same boeing dreamliner. >> i believe this plane was safe and
girlfriend of the notre dame linebacker. which was more genuine, lance armstrong's apology or manti te'o girlfriend? [ laughter ] melissa: amazing. did oprah come out the big sur and all of this? charles: her ratings depend on her guest. good for her for snagging map. melissa: the prairie chicken. ashley: what was bernanke thinking? newly revealed transcripts in 2007. giving us an inside look to the feds discussions during the crisis. ♪ twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. it's part of what you slove about her.essing. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of bl
that are presenting that opportunity for you. connell: more importantly, sandra, more interest in the manti te'o or lance armstrong? sandra: lance armstrong, for sure. i feel horrible for the other one. i respected lance armstrong as an athlete. he really let me down. connell: i am more interested in the manti te'o. dagen: i am fascinated. we know oprah needs to grow a backbone and he needs to grow a conscience. see big thank you, sandra. more on all of this coming up. dagen: i will still watch tonight. did lance make the sale during his interview with oprah? connell: dennis and cheryl are coming up. whether lance armstrong was able to pull it off with oprah winfrey last night. dagen: you need to have a soul first. we will be right back. ♪ connell: you just love how dagen will be the only person that will watch part two of the lance interview tonight. dagen: one of eight or nine maybe. cheryl: what are you talking about? i am watching it. connell: i will not watch part two. dennis: you seem to be more critical of oprah winfrey than lance. i think he filled us with more denials. connell: he d
knows you're a dog. the manti te'o scam says you cannot even be sure they are a woman. be careful out there. cheryl: we have a really good market day for lori and melissa. multiyear highs the s&p, ladies, and a lot of this is ebay. not even financial that we're talking about today, kind of a different story. lori: we will take anything. the dow at 13,600, about the best levels of the day. good afternoon. melissa: boeing dreamliners grounded around the world. can boeing convince customers to jumbo jet is safe to fly? lori: house republicans huddling in williamsburg at their annual retreat to squash internal fighting and hammer out a strategy to deal with the looming debt ceiling. melissa: chaos in algeria, the fate of dozens of hostages is unknown. some reportedly have escaped. fox news middle east analyst and lou dobbs will weigh in. first, time for stocks, let's check with the floor the new york stock exchange, nicole petallides is standing by. the dow just awful session highs, but not having a bad day. nicole: not bad at all. up about 90 points off of the highs of the day. was yeste
interview in all of journal i'll? only guy we want to hear more from is manti te'o. melissa: that would have been even better. i thought it took a little thunder out what she was doing but maybe not. i'm reading what is the problem? why are people not finding this channel. yeah it is way up there. i don't know. you find it and once you lock in and maybe you're there and they're going away. people don't feel as connected to her anymore. they don't see her. her q is high. >> bingo. still beloved but not connected the way. they used to watch her every single day. this shows only airs prime time once a week. what the oprah winfrey network needs is more oprah, a lot more oprah than it is getting. i don't know if once you're worth a billion dollars the way she is do you feel like working 60, 70, 80 hours a week on air all the time. yes, we would feel. melissa: i would absolutely. also i think a lot of people were like me last night i thought about it at the moment it was on. hmmm, i could go through the channels to find where it is. it will be all over tomorrow. watch it on internet. >> did one ex
. kind of like blaming the victim. sony will appeal. the marge their lover, manti teo goes on the tv today for the interview to admit he lied, a little, and for per pitch waiting the fable after he was told she never existed. waiting to hear how you call them your girlfriend when you never met her. >> isn't his parents part of the interview as well? all three of them on the couch, if you will? the dad said she was wonderfulling we love her. never met her. she didn't exist. >> a good story, and then the afters in the story really don't let the facts get in the way of it. i mean, you know, he was swept up. he's 21 years old, i think so. >> yeah, he's young. hopefully plays good football if nothing else. turns out a good night sleep is good for business. research from harvard says over exhausted employees cost companies billions of dollars a year, 30% of american workers not sleeping enough to function at peak levels so companies are investing in programs to help better their employees' sleep. i'm thinking ambien, just hand it out at the office party. >> just a good old nap, man, just l
. connell: manti te'o back to the names on the dow today. dagen: it was busy indeed. sandra: look at the dow. we did have some standouts when it came to earnings. take a look at the dow. it is a volatile one. here is the dow 30. just to show you what these earnings are doing for the dow right now. travelers are best performer right now. this is also, by the way, one of the best performers on the s&p 500 right now. profits for travelers down. however, the results were better than expected and a forecast higher premiums for 2013. dagen: we do have some breaking news to bring you about dell. this is coming from charlie gasparino. that microsoft is one of several mini investors. several hedge funds are also looking at making an investment in the computer company. whether microsoft moves in dealing with momentum over existing shareholder concerns about pricing. connell: kind of interesting. there you go. dagen: president obama pushing for alternative energy measures, including wind power. connell: dennis and cheryl are coming up. they will have more on all of this. keep it here. ♪ twins. i didn
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